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The bravura piece of cloth - 'SAREE'

BY: Abhi | Category: Women | Post Date: 2009-09-08
 



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The true Indian lady is incomplete without it, the authentic Indian marriage is imperfect without it - it is the saree. While the foreigners still wonder how Indian women manage to drape themselves completely yet look beautiful with just a length of cloth, the Indian women boast of it.

Saree has evolved ever since its birth. Now the saree perhaps epitomizes Indian culture, and takes Indian dresses, fashion and clothing to the world. Saree is now a recognized dress globally. Today Indian designers go for sarees, be it top notch designers like Manish Malhotra and Sabyasachi or others.

The early merchants of Bengal and India have flourishing trades of sarees since Indian women from different zones, Bengal, Gujarat, South India, Maharashtra, etc have fetish for sarees. The wide variety of sarees, silk, tant, etc is a proof of its background and tradition. Ethnic sarees are priced between some hundreds to some lacs.

The biggest Indian and now international stars like Aishwarya Rai and Priyanka Chopra wear the elegant saree, both in reel and real life. In her international venture ‘The Mistress of Spices', Mrs. Aishwarya Rai Bachchan was seen in a graceful red saree, so was she seen in her only Bengali film ‘Choker Bali'. Be it the ‘desi girl' in ‘Dostana' or the ‘Suraj Hua Madhdham' in ‘K3G3', Indian films have persistently showcased the saree in style and grandeur. Nandita Sen, while she visited the Cannes film festival sported the saree look and internationalized it, not for the first time though. Still today in cultural festivals of all kinds including marriage ceremonies we see the Indian lady dressed in sarees.

The lady holding the highest authoritative position in the nation, the honorable president, Pratibha Patil drapes herself in the saree too, what could be a bigger honor for the saree? Surely saree has acquired such a level of respect that it can be personified. Gowns, tops, skirts, chemises are all right in their place, but the saree has that unique, unparalleled place in the world of dresses and fashion which is indispensable and irreplaceable particularly in India.

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